The Candlemakers’ Petition
April 25, 2013 · by Michael · in History of Thought, Literature, Meeting
Gentlemen: You are on the right track.
Richard Cobden and the Triumph of Ideas
March 27, 2013 · by Michael · in History, History of Thought, Meeting
Richard Cobden was a 19th century British textile manufacturer and British politician famous for his opposition to the British Corn Laws. A notable thinker, as well, Cobden promoted the importance of ideas, peace, and free trade as superior to the…
Deflation and Liberty
March 12, 2013 · by Michael · in History of Thought, Meeting, Money & Banking
Should Austrians fear a deflationary spiral? Guido Hülsmann says quite the contrary.
Socialism, Economic Calculation and Entrepreneurship
January 29, 2013 · by Michael · in History of Thought, Meeting, Socialism
Can rational economic decisions be made in a socialist economy?
Keynes, the Man
November 28, 2012 · by Michael · in History of Thought, Meeting
“To sum up Keynes: arrogant, sadistic, power besotted bully, deliberate and systemic liar, intellectually irresponsible, an opponent of principle, […] and a fascist. Outside of that I guess he was a great guy.” – Murray Rothbard